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By gardengus on Oct 18, 2021 11:22 AM, concerning Tasha Tudor's Garden:

This book has graced my shelves for many years and is always a pleasure to reread.

By Galanthophile on Oct 16, 2021 9:20 AM, concerning Halls of Heddon:

One of the best family run nurseries in the North East of England. Celebrating 100 years of growing in 2021. Specialist growers of Dahlia and Chrysanthemum with many trial varieties grown each season.
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By oregonmarty on Oct 8, 2021 4:34 PM, concerning Caladium Bulbs 4 Less:

I have purchased Jack's Giant colocasia, caladiums, alocasia portora and portadora from Caladium Bulbs 4 Less. When I had a problem with some Jack's Giant corms (my fault), the owner, Bill, replaced them with even larger corms, and an extra one to boot! They are now huge, beautiful tropical plants. Caladium corms were much larger than expected, and bloomed wonderfully. The alocasia corms were so large----I had to laugh when I removed them from their box---maybe 10 lbs. apiece is not exaggerating, and they are growing well in this, their first year. Bill is such a genuinely helpful, generous gentleman, I can't recommend his company enough.

By SuperHappyCamper on Oct 8, 2021 7:44 AM, concerning Busy B Plant Supply:

This local nursery is family-owned. It is located at the intersection of Hwy 92 and Bells Ferry Rd. It has only been open for 2 years, but is well established.
I stumbled upon this place while looking for bailed spaghnum Peat moss. I have been here 4 times in the last 3 months and each time was a positive, pleasurable experience. The owner, Brandon (sp?) is very friendly and a joy to talk with. All of the staff are friendly and appear to enjoy working at this nursery.
The plant selection is very nice, ranging from landscape trees and shrubs all the way down to delicate houseplants. They offer outdoor plants, indoor plants, gardening supplies, herbs, vegetable plants, and yard decor.
I highly recommend this nursery for anyone in the Kessesaw/Acworth/Marietta area!

By cameron1234 on Oct 2, 2021 3:11 PM, concerning Victory Seeds:

This is my second year ordering from Victory Seed Company. I am interested in gardening with genetic diversity and developing locally adapted crops to feed me and my family. Because of my interest in diversity and landrace development, I really appreciate the large selection of varieties available at VS. Take cowpeas for example, tons of choices. Great descriptions too.

I feel like I'm supporting something great by giving Victory Seed my business.

By pod on Sep 30, 2021 6:07 AM, concerning Shoal Creek Succulents:

Nice selection of plants offered. I purchased an Epiphyllum and it was received quickly with very good packing.

By Lalambchop1 on Sep 25, 2021 2:36 PM, concerning Klehm's Song Sparrow Nursery:

Sadly this nursery is no longer open.

By critterologist on Sep 5, 2021 12:07 PM, concerning Black Creek Greenhouses:

Enormous selection of annuals and perennials, beautiful hanging baskets, fantastic prices, friendly service. Lancaster is known for its nurseries, and Black Creek is worth the additional distance north of the city of Lancaster to East Earl. I've been making annual spring road trips here for several years, paying roughly half what I would pay locally, even beating box store prices. They have trade gallon perennials for $5-7, quart pots for even less, 6-packs of annuals and veggies, clematis and hellebores at unbelievable savings. There's also a great selection of containers and garden ornaments. If you have any space left in your car, squeeze in some potting mix or mulch (they even have cocoa mulch). Highly, highly recommended!
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By critterologist on Sep 2, 2021 9:09 AM, concerning Watermark Woods Native Plant Nursery:

Beautiful nursery with a wide selection of both "straight" species and named varieties, including so many that I haven't seen offered for sale anywhere else. Staff is knowledgeable, and signage is excellent. With very few exceptions, plants are native to the mid-Atlantic region, but that doesn't mean all plants will be just right for your garden, so ask for help with your selections. Prices are good (higher than box stores, but lower than average for local nurseries IMO). They have perennials for both sun and shade and are just getting into trees & shrubs. For more information (and photos), see the "idea" article I wrote, "Watermark Woods: Growing Native." https://garden.org/ideas/view/...
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By JoyceAppel on Aug 31, 2021 9:52 AM, concerning Sutton's Iris Gardens:

I just received my first order from Sutton's. All rhizomes were huge and healthy. Also included where 6 bonus rhizomes.

By JoyceAppel on Aug 31, 2021 9:50 AM, concerning Schreiner's Iris Gardens:

I have gotten both Iris and daylily from Schreiner's. All arrive as big and healthy.


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